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Synonyms for dory

a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled

marine fishes widely distributed in mid-waters and deep slope waters

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Doree Bonner International's joint managing director Geoff Watson said: "It was an honour to be chosen to lead this project.
Passengers will also be able to choose from a number of international brands including Pizza Hut, Caffe Ritazza and Segafredo, while French favourites Brioche Doree and Fournil de Pierre will offer fast food with a local flavour.
Darren Pridmore and Doree Dickenson received the Viv Bradford Rose Bowl and the George Marshall Trophy re-spectively, from the Warwickshire Associa- tion for the Blind (WAB).
generalement teintee d'un merveilleux de Legende doree >> (p.
While their parents may well have spent their youth chanting Mao thought garbed in Mao jackets and doubtless smoking Mao branded tobacco, today Shanghai's jeunesse doree have gone for a very different sort of designer label.
There are numerous options for diningincluding freshly baked croissants and baguettes from La Brioche Doree, hot and cold creations from Boylan's Brasserie and Leopold Bloomsoffers the chance to enjoy a drink and hot meal in a traditional Irish pub.
The volume's twenty-eight illustrations centre round illuminations from Jean de Vignay's French translation of the Legende doree preserved in Macon, Bibliotheque Municipale, MS 3 (discussed by Veronique Germanier) and in Geneva, Bibliotheque Publique et Universitaire, MS fr.
Until 14 September Palais de la Porte Doree Paris Survey of contemporary architecture over the past 20 years in the Austrian land of Vorarlberg.
He continues with descriptive discussions of prose narmtives such as Les Aventures duphilosophe inconnu by one dom Belin, and the better-known Cabine t de Minerve and Voyage des Princes Fortunez of Beroalde de Verville, characterizing these texts, in sound alchemical fashion, as "alliages" (alloys) (462), insofar as they combine novelistic features with other attributes drawn from the tradition of the "Doctrine Doree.
He was nominated by Doree Dickenson, a blind woman from Nuneaton, for the someone who has demonstrated endeavour to overcome disabilities.
Gilte Legende is a close translation of Jean de Vignay's Legende doree (c.
LeClerc Poudre Dermaphile in Banane Doree, pounds 23 Used by Madonna, and Ms Lopez, so who wouldn't be game to try this out?
One of his grand schemes is to create a sect, "L'aube doree du dernier jour," proclaiming the end of the world and exploiting people's fears in order to make more money on their back.
A full investigation had been launched involving suppliers La Baguette Doree, a Barnsley-based bakery.